LSE Student Job Descriptions
Aerobics Instructor (academic year)
Develop and facilitate weekly aerobics programs on specific areas of expertise (Zumba, step aerobics, low-impact, etc.). Includes attending an aerobic training course, instructing classes as scheduled and be available to substitute for other instructors, maintaining own fitness and motivating others to do the same. Creativity with choreography and fitness programming is desirable. If you are interested in being an aerobics instructor for the Campus Center recreation program, contact John Seckel at email@example.com or 920-403-4014.
Campus Center Building Manager (academic year)
Responsible for the efficient operations and opening and closing of the Campus Center. Must provide constant surveillance and enforcement of building policies. Assist with set up of events/programs and provide support services to all areas of the Campus Center. Some housekeeping duties are also required. If you are interested in being a building manager for the Campus Center, contact John Seckel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-403-4014.
Office Assistant (summer)
Provides administrative support in the planning and implementation stages of summer orientation and the First Year Experience programs. Includes maintaining reception area in a professional and friendly manner; providing clerical support (typing, filing, copying, database entry); scheduling meetings; and running errands as needed. Experience with such software as Microsoft Word and Excel is desirable. Position does extend into one of the office assistant positions during the academic year (see below). If you are interested in being a summer office assistant for LSE, contact LSE at email@example.com.
Office Assistant (academic year)
Manage projects during the academic year. Provide administrative logistic support to programs. Also includes maintaining reception area in a professional and friendly manner; providing clerical support; scheduling meetings; and running errands. The summer position (above) provides administrative support in the planning and implementation stages of summer orientation and the First Year Experience programs. Reports directly to the office manager of LSE. Experience with such software as Microsoft Word and Excel is desirable. If you are interested in being an academic year office assistant for LSE, contact LSE at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Coordinator Positions
First Year Experience Student Coordinator (year-round position)
Assist in the planning, implementation and evaluation stages of summer orientation and the First Year Experience programs, and provide support and direction for the FYE mentors. Includes: providing administrative support for summer and January orientation; co-developing the First Year Experience program; co-facilitating training and development for the orientation and FYE mentor teams; and serving on the orientation planning and FYE committees. Position starts in January working second semester along side the current FYE coordinator. Reports directly to the director of leadership development, student engagement and first year experience. If you are interested in being a year-round First Year Experience student coordinator for LSE, contact LSE at email@example.com.
Graphic Design/Communications Coordinator (academic year)
Assist in the graphic design and layout of program publicity and other marketing projects of the Campus Center; Leadership Development, Service & Engagement; Multicultural Student Services; and student organizations. Includes: designing various items (posters, stationery, sweatshirts, logos, etc.) as requested; assisting in coordination and layout of special projects, assisting with website updates; and actively participating on planning and brainstorming meetings of department planning committees regarding marketing of events. Additional qualifications include understanding basic layout techniques and experience with Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Working knowledge of Quark Express software helpful. Applicants must present portfolio of work at interview. Reports directly to the director of leadership development, student engagement and first year experience. If you are interested in being a graphic design and communications coordinator for LSE, contact LSE at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leadership Development Student Coordinator (five coordinators, academic year)
Coordinate leadership programs and services that assist students to better understand the process of leadership as well as new program initiatives. All five Leadership Development Student Coordinators work to support and train students and student groups. We believe leadership can be developed in many different areas. The positions will focus on the following areas.
* The Nobertine Leadership and Service Awards and Emerging Leaders
* Leaders in Action and Leaders for Change
* Student Organization Leadership and Student Organization Awards
* The Norbertine Leadership and Service Awards and Leadership Legacy
* Students Embracing the Responsibility to Volunteer (SERV)
These programs include OrgAccess meetings, Involvement Fair, Student Organizaiton Awards, the Leadership Scholars in Residence, facilitating and/or designing student workshops, assisting with the planning and facilitation of risk management workshop and organizational transition workshop, provide peer-advising to student organizations and act as liaison between student leaders, advisors and staff. These positions are adapted to meet the needs and talents of the employee and the department. Students in these positions report directly to either the Director of Leadership, Student Engagement and First Year Experience or the Assistant Director of Leadership Development. If you are interested in being a leadership development student coordinator for LSE, contact LSE at email@example.com.
Entertainment 2 Knight (E2K) Coordinator Positions
E2K Student Manager/Bands Coordinator (academic year)
Responsible for the smooth operation of the E2K board (including supervision, policy development, coordinator hiring and training, and leading weekly board meetings) and serves as the representative to other departments, student organizations and various committees. The student manager should have a basic knowledge of programming to assist the programming staff where and when needed. Programming duties including bringing bands to perform on campus and assuming the responsibilities, or appointing of any board position vacated until vacancy can be filled. If you are interested in being a student managers and bands coordinator for E2K, contact John Seckel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-403-4014.
E2K Assistant Student Manager/Java Jams Coordinator (academic year)
Responsible for the smooth running of the board finances and office, including assisting coordinators with their budgets and maintaining a productive working environment. Assists the student manager in programming efforts, and specifically oversees Campus Center films programming and facilitates Week of Welcome programming. Also responsible for bringing music that is ahead of the trend and outside the norm to campus. The area utilizes a combination of national acts and local talent with the focus being on smaller acts. The coordinator oversees the selection, implementation, promotion and evaluation of programs in the Campus Center first floor lounge area (4-5 per semester). If you are interested in being an assistant student manager and Java Jams coordinator for E2K, contact John Seckel at email@example.com or 920-403-4014.
Homecoming Coordinator (academic year)
Responsible to co-coordinate Homecoming by creating the theme, promoting the events, organizing groups and scheduling events for the week of Homecoming. If you are interested in being an issues and ideas/homecoming coordinator for E2K, contact John Seckel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-403-4014.
Promotions/Graphic Design Coordinator (academic year)
Provides the campus with an image of the E2K board and promotes all E2K events put on by it. Promotes everything happening in all the areas of E2K and maintains a positive image for the board as a whole. Works closely with the public relations area, LSE graphic design intern, and LSE/CC webmaster. Specific duties include preparing all creative promotion and design, and working closely with each programming board coordinator on their public relations needs, developing a weekly St. Norbert Times ad and a semester calendar of events as well as updating the TV displays in the Campus Center. Must have working knowledge of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. If you are interested in being a promotions and graphic design coordinator for E2K, contact John Seckel at email@example.com or 920-403-4014.
Special Events Coordinator
Responsible for programming comedians, hypnotists, magicians and E2K variety programs. These programs provide students with the opportunity to experience a different type of entertainment. If you are interested in being a special events coordinator for E2K, contact John Seckel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-403-4014.